There is no doubt that Bahrain is one of the most coveted to live in. It is ranked as the top destination to live for expats around the world. Expats flock to Bahrain considering staying for a couple of years where they can save a good amount of money to enable them to start a private business or secure their financial status, but they end up staying for decades.
The market has many available job opportunities, and still more are opening these days as a result of the current improvements taking place on the local economy of the kingdom.
This is attributed by large to the affordable cost of living in Bahrain, the abundance of facilities, it’s getaways, fine weather, and many other reasons. Despite the hike in rental fees, municipality fees, and facilities fees, living in Bahrain is still the most budget friendly when compared with other countries in the region.
In this article we will display some of most the popular residential districts in Bahrain to help property searchers find a convenient property that could perfectly meet their demands.
Let’s start with Bahrain’s most central district which teems with many high-rise mixed use towers, shopping malls, and restaurants. While searching Weetas or any other property listing website in Bahrain, you will encounter a wide selection of properties all available in Juffair.
The area is packed with multiple residential studios, apartments, condos, penthouses, and other. It also has a small number of separate residential villas, and of course, commercial spaces suitable for retail or dining business.
Rents in Juffair is relatively the highest in Bahrain. An average fully furnished studio would cost around BHD 350, while a furnished one bedroom apartment would start from BHD 450.
The sea looking fancy area of Seef is another top-end option for property searchers. In fact, all property listing websites active in Bahrain have lots and lots of residential and commercial real estate options from Seef.
The name “Seef” in Bahraini Arabic dialect means beach, the area is the home of the kingdom’s largest shopping mall, Bahrain City Center. It is also the home of many high-end restaurants and cafes.
It is Bahrain’s largest artificial island, built only last decade and has high prospects of further developments on construction level in the coming years. The island is a bit distant from the central cities of Bahrain, but it offers total serenity and proximity to many entertainment facilities and services. Shops, restaurants, schools, parks, gardens, and other, they are all found in Amwaj.
For families looking for living near top educational facilities while finding security, serenity, and availability of all needed facilities. Saar is the best option. The district is somehow secluded, yet it has a direction connection to Bahrain’s busiest highway which links it to all central areas around the Kingdom like Manama, Muharraq, and Isa Town. Check out the listing websites to find studios, apartments of different sizes, villas, and condominiums in Saar.
Riffa is absolutely a perfect location, however it is best for those working in Riffa since it is a separate city that lies around 30 minutes from Manama. Prices in Riffa are more affordable, it has also many markets and education facilities. All sorts of commercial and residential properties are available to let in Riffa.